Don't worry, by the time these kids see that their parents exploited them for meaningless YouTube fame a new crop of doe-eyed 7 year olds will have taken their place. Post guilt-free, parents.
Comedian Brian Hicks muses about what it would be like to go to an elementary school career day if one if the kids' mom was a "bump-and-grinder".
Jimmy asks Anthony about his son's 13th birthday party, which his family is calling a Bro Mitzvah, and Anthony sends a message to his daughter's boyfriend.
Ron's got quite the setup for Diane's kids!
Ron's in over his head when he offers to babysit for Diane.
Mike and Frankie decide to give their full attention to each of their kids one day at a time.
Holiday shopping can be a real pain, unless you come up with some entertaining tactics on how to survive the season! Featuring comics Dan Cummins, Mike Cody, and Jono Zalay.
Homer gets upset about his childhood dog
Al Ducharme does not appreciate it when you put your children on the phone.
Gabe Kea will go to great lengths for the perfect frozen yogurt.
In this loveable/laughable second installment, comedians repeat the craziest thing they've heard their (and maybe your) children say!
Tom Simmons is skeptical about what his kid can learn from Man Vs. Wild.
Jamie Lissow prefers teaching Kindergarten.
Kevin decides to run for judge and ends up at a charity event with Bills Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. The guys take an intelligence test to decide who's the smartest. Andre refuses to believe h …
Rooftop Comedy presents a political compilation all about the hilarity of the important issues facing our country, including immigration, gay marriage, and taxes.
HLN's Dr. Drew doesn't exactly have "Honey Boo Boo's" full attention during their interview.
My son in law pitching a wiffle ball to my three year old son!
In this loveable/laughable first installment, comedians repeate the craziest thing they've heard their (and maybe your) childen say!